Train

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Definition

to train: to coach, to educate, to instruct, to teach
verb

a train: a form of transport that runs on railway tracks, a locomotive
noun
(to go somewhere) by train

Examples

  • "Every Mile High stewardess is trained to wear miniskirts, brush her teeth, and apply fake tan."
  • "The train will now leave at 20.15."
  • "Train number 98756 to Paris Gare de Nord is now boarding."
  • "Be careful to sit in one of the first four carriages because the back of the train takes a different branch to Puddlington, and you don't want to go there!"
  • "Train number 98756 from London to Paris is delayed due to water on the tracks."
  • "Announcement 1: : Ladies and gentlemen, train number 98756 from London to Paris is delayed due to water on the tracks."
  • "Chocolate melted and poured into your mouth by trained chimpanzees"
  • "The last direct train left an hour ago."

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